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Seattle Sports BoosterBlox Paddle Float

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Seattle Sports BoosterBlox IIThe Seattle Sports BoosterBlox II is the ideal choice for avid paddlers. It is the perfect solution for adventurers who do not want a paddle float that they need to inflate each time it's needed. With a very highly visible, neon-yellow body, this float is extremely easy to see for your convenience and safety. A lower-profile design makes this item exceedingly easy to store, or to tuck away neatly when you are not using it. With the reflective web trim and a metallic chrome front panel, others can clearly identify your approach and avoid coming your way in the water. Thanks to the built-in, integrated quick-release Whistleloc buckle, you can attach or detach the shaft with ease. The Seattle Sports BoosterBlox II keeps you going fast and steady out on the river!

- SunnySports

BoosterBlox Kayak Paddle Float - Some paddlers want a paddle float they don't have to inflate. Seattle Sport's new BoosterBlox paddle float is the perfect compliment. A unidirectional trapezoidal-shaped foam block enhances stability of the float to reduce the chance of it flipping over. The reflective webbing trim and metallic chrome front panel enhances visibility when you need it. An integrated whistle with quick-release provides an added safety feature. Deployment is quick and easy with a large pocket for your paddle blade and a wide adjustable leash to secure the paddle shaft.

- Outdoorplay

Seattle Sports BoosterBlox Paddle Float

MSRP:
$39.95

The Seattle Sports BoosterBlox Paddle Float is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 24, 2014 at SunnySports.

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